Technology podcasts

A Slow Phone?

Carl interviews Petter Neby of Punkt, which makes "thoughtful electronics." In London Design Week (September 2015),...

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The Slow Journalism movement

Carl speaks to Rob Orchard, founder and editor of Delayed Gratification, the world’s first Slow Journalism magazine....

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Windows 10: What Lawyers Need to Know

In this episode of The Digital Edge, Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway interview technologist and Microsoft expert Ben...

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‘Tis the Season: Tech Toys for the Holidays 2015

And we’re back with another year of gift ideas for the tech savvy lawyer. Whether you are looking for a Star Wars...

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Rhetoric's Algorithms: Jim Brown and Annette Vee

This episode of Rhetoricity features not one but two interviewees: Drs. Annette Vee and Jim Brown, who together led a...

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Glitching Out with Casey Boyle

This episode of Rhetoricity features an interview with Casey Boyle, an assistant professor in the Department of...

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Mobile Commerce in the Restaurant

In this Foodservice Radio podcast, we talk to Liz Garner, the Vice President of the Merchant Advisory Group about the...

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Wild Thing, You Make My Heart Sing

Carl speaks to David Bond, who made Project Wild Thing, the film that helped spark a worldwide movement to get...

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Come Dine With Me, Slowly

Carl speaks to Guy Michelin, the founder of EatWith, which brings people together to eat in the homes of professional...

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ABA TECHSHOW 2016: An Interview with Chair Steve Best

30 years ago, the legal community began to see the value in the intersection between technology and the law. Lawyers...

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The Lawyer’s Duty of Technology Competence

In 2009, the American Bar Association created the Commission on Ethics 20/20 to examine in depth how changes in...

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Sensational Sounds: Steph Ceraso on Sonic Composition & Pedagogy

This episode of Rhetoricity features Steph Ceraso. Dr. Ceraso is currently an assistant professor at the University...

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The Value of Rhetoric and Composition: An Interview with Joyce Locke Carter

This episode of Rhetoricity is a rebroadcast of a 2014 interview with Joyce Locke Carter, associate professor at...

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How Technology Has, and Will, Impact the Practice of Law

Over the past 100 years technology has made enormous leaps toward improving the ease of everyday living for the...

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What Lawyers Should Know About Cloud Computing Security Standards

The large volume of data that many law firms handle makes utilizing cloud computing services a very enticing...

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The Benefits and Challenges of Implementing a Firm-Wide Strategic Plan

As the legal marketplace becomes more globalized, many lawyers are venturing out and starting their own law firms....

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European Vacation 2.0

Carl talks to Vincent Dupin, founder of Into The Tribe, an online travel agency that organises smartphone-free...

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Tips for Managing Technology from a Chief Information Officer

In this episode of The Digital Edge, hosts Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway speak with Legal Technology Consultant...

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To Buddhify, or not to Buddhify

Carl speaks to Rohan Gunatillake, a modern maven of mindfulness. His company created the bestselling meditation app...

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Encryption, Cyber Security, and Domestic Surveillance

In the wake of the Panama Papers breach, securing law firm and client data has been a huge concern for many...

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